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Ramboe the Flame Point Siamese needs a caretaker or foster! Won't you consider helping him get a new start?

About Ramboe the Flame Point Siamese

  • Status: Adopted!
  • Adoption Fee: $125
  • Species: Cat
  • General Color: Cream (Mostly)
  • Color: Cream / Bicolor
  • Current Size: 11.3 Pounds
  • Current Age: 9 Years 7 Months (best estimate)
  • Microchipped: Yes
  • Declawed: No
  • Housetrained: Yes
  • Owner Experience Needed: None
  • Reaction to New People: Friendly
Ramboe is a lovely flame-point Siamese rescued from a local park. He was just a kitten, not too sure about humans, but oh my, he has turned into a true love bug!

12.8.08 Volunteer Update~
I had the funniest conversation about Ramboe on Saturday. I only met Ramboe recently and to me, he was the most inappropriately named cat EVER. He was shy at first, but then started coming over whenever he saw me for some ear scratches and we've been friends ever since. Well, Ramboe's old foster came by on Saturday and actually didn't recognize him (she hadn't seen him since she was a kitten), so she asked me, as he rubbed against her hand,"Who's this?" I said, "That's Ramboe." Her eyes got huge. She said, "THAT'S the cat that gave me so much grief??? Are you serious??" I had to laugh.

Needless to say, she was thrilled that he'd turned into such a sweetheart and hopes he finds a good home soon!

According to the Cat Fancier's Association,, this ancient breed, perhaps the oldest of all our cats, is able to communicate like no other. The Siamese voice is legendary. They speak both with their voice and with their body. They are the quintessential “people” cat, for they love to be in your lap, on your bed, at your table--and in your heart!
Siamese have fascinated folks around the world since they were first officially exported from Thailand, or as it was known then Siam, in the late eighteen hundreds. Their sleek lines, striking color contrast, finely chiseled aristocratic heads, deep blue almond eyes, and short silky coats make them living art. Combine this beauty with acute intelligence, inquisitive personality and a loving nature and you have the essence of the Siamese cat.

The first Siamese to appear in Englandwere a gift from Siam to an ambassador who brought them home. They began appearing in English cat shows almost immediately, and in American shows by the early twentieth century.

Seal points, still the best known variety, were the first to arrive. With their seal brown, almost black extremities and their pale fawn bodies, they were sensational. While chocolate points, with creamy white bodies and milk chocolate legs, tail, mask and ears did appear from time to time, it was the blue point that gained official recognition in 1934. The blue point has a bluish-white body with slate blue points. The chocolate point was recognized next. In 1955 the lilac point followed and completed the breed. The lilac point has pinkish gray points with a white body which makes it most ethereal and delicate in color.
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All Pet Rescue By Judy animals are spayed or neutered prior to adoption, micro chipped and up-to-date on the vaccines applicable to their date of intake with PRBJ and respective to their weight and/or age at the time of adoption. Pet Rescue By Judy is a non-profit, no-kill organization. The PRBJ donation fee collected may not be used to cover just the costs of this particular animal in which you are interested. As we have a variety of animals in our care with a wide range of medical needs, all donations collected are utilized towards all expenses within the rescue. The goal of PRBJ is not just to place every animal into a home, but it is to place each animal into the RIGHT home, seeking that forever home, to avoid future transition and negative impact on the life of each of these deserving animals.


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